Winter Farm Life On A Crow Reservation: French General Foch Becomes Honorary Crow, Circa 1919
"UNEDITED FILM REPORT: Group of Frenchmen and Americans in train station, Montana. Scenes on Crow reservation and at railroad station are randomly interspersed throughout film. Snow-covered farm on reservation. Indians ride horses and wagons, butcher cows, dig a pit, build a tepee, and run snowplows. At railroad station, Frenchmen and Americans gather; watch procession of small children; Crow chief presents Gen. Ferdinand Foch with Indian headdress."
National Archives Identifier: 12679